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ACASS promotes maintenance leader
Danys Therrien joined ACASS in 2010 as director of maintenance and has been pivotal in building the company's international safety record. He has been promoted to vice president, maintenance.
Vice president, maintenance Danys Therrien.

Montreal, Canada-based business aviation support services leader ACASS has promoted Danys Therrien to vice president of maintenance.

Therrien has over 30 years of experience in the business and commercial aviation sectors and joined ACASS in 2010 as director of maintenance. He has been pivotal in building and maintaining the company's international safety record and maintenance reputation, helping ACASS earn its IS-BAO Stage III registration from the International Business Aviation Council.

“As we continue to grow our managed aircraft fleet, we are prioritising keeping our maintenance department well-staffed and fully capable of delivering on our clients' aircraft maintenance needs at all times,” says CEO Andre Khury. “Danys's vast technical background and experience represent not only the best of what ACASS has to offer, but, I believe, what the entire industry has to offer.”

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